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The Ghost ‘La Fantasmita’ (Design by Manuel Sirgo)

The Ghost ‘La Fantasmita’ (Design by Manuel Sirgo)

by Ancella on October 30, 2011

in Human forms and Objects

The Ghost 'La Fantasmita' (Design by Manuel Sirgo)

Happy Halloween everybody! 🙂

Since it is that time of the year, I thought I’d fold something befitting the theme – so I chose this model by Manuel Sirgo. This origami ghost design is pretty simple to fold involving valley and mountain folds along with a few rabbit ear folds. There is a bit of shaping involved in the end, so you might want to try wet folding this design, too.

I did not attempt wet folding, but instead have just shaped the model with my (dry) fingers.

How to fold the model:

This model is surprisingly pretty simple and quick to fold. Consisting of 20 steps in all, you can refer to the diagrams which Manuel Sirgo has generously shared with everyone.

Paper to Use:

You can fold this model with almost any kind of paper since there are few folds and none which are complicated. I have used a solid white colored kami paper measuring approximately 6 inches in size. You can also shape the paper in the way you would like in order to give the ghost a more eerie and ‘floating’ look.

Have a spooky halloween and have fun!

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Anonymous November 3, 2011 at 6:19 PM

The diagram is not working for me.Is it for you right now?

Ancella November 5, 2011 at 9:56 AM

Thank you for letting me know. I have updated the link to the diagrams. You should now be able to access the PDF diagrams directly.

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